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I still don't understand why the OT position isn't getting any attention. We have plenty of good OGs on the roster, but putting all eggs in the Fox/Hilliard/Rieff basket is a bit concerning. Unless, Jake Scott is being looked at as a multipurpose T/G hybrid, he does have the height to be a tackle.


June 4th, 2013, 11:55 am
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I still don't understand why the OT position isn't getting any attention. We have plenty of good OGs on the roster, but putting all eggs in the Fox/Hilliard/Rieff basket is a bit concerning. Unless, Jake Scott is being looked at as a multipurpose T/G hybrid, he does have the height to be a tackle.


I understand what you're saying. I kind of wish the coaching staff would elaborate on the whole tackle situation.

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June 4th, 2013, 11:56 am
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Titans released center Eugene Amano. Anybody got any insights into him? He's older than I thought but still has started most of the games the last few seasons (excluding injury last year)


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Maybe Warford or Michael Williams could be stand in RTs in a pinch.


June 8th, 2013, 9:22 am
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They could potentially sign that Waddle guy as a 4th OT.


June 12th, 2013, 11:03 am
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Slay and Broyles both had full participation in drills yesterday.

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June 12th, 2013, 11:18 am
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Slay and Broyles both had full participation in drills yesterday.


That's good news, but looks like Delmas is still out with his knee. I hope Spivey can step up with Quinn next to him.


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thelomasbrowns wrote:
Slay and Broyles both had full participation in drills yesterday.


That's good news, but looks like Delmas is still out with his knee. I hope Spivey can step up with Quinn next to him.


For now at least, Carey is getting playing time with the first team over Spievey.

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Carey is much better than Spievey and offers the exact same skill set without the concussion issues, unless they sign another safety it'll be Quinn and Carey when Delmas goes down again.


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Carey is much better than Spievey and offers the exact same skill set without the concussion issues, unless they sign another safety it'll be Quinn and Carey when Delmas goes down again.



Carey is a little scary to me. there are time when he can just flat out play, and others where im left cratchin my butt wondering what the heck he is doing. Hopefully more practice time will help him pull it together.

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Without trying to start anything, I can see already the FS is gonna be a big priority next off season.

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June 12th, 2013, 1:24 pm
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Nagy's still limping pretty bad. Now it makes sense that that they brought in some veteran guards.

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Nagy's still limping pretty bad. Now it makes sense that that they brought in some veteran guards.



thats sad. I was really hoping he'd come in healthy and be good.

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thelomasbrowns wrote:
Nagy's still limping pretty bad. Now it makes sense that that they brought in some veteran guards.



thats sad. I was really hoping he'd come in healthy and be good.


Maybe another month or 2 will make a difference?

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Still think that Delmas signing was a great signing? :roll:


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